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Dream Daddy: A Dad Dating Simulator (2017)

When you see the name “Dream Daddy: A Dad Dating Simulator,” you might think this game is as tongue and cheek as it gets. But this dad-on-dad dating sim is surprisingly endearing, telling a touching story about a single dad adjusting to life in a small seaside town with his daughter (while also meeting a range of memorable dads that you can talk to and romance as you see fit). With gorgeously illustrated art, a soothing soundtrack and a variety of mini-games and story paths, Dream Daddy is both a fun dating sim and a relaxing escape from the chaos of everyday life.  Mike Andronico

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My Horse Prince (2016)

One half dating, one half pet-raising, My Horse Prince is one of weirdest games on this list, and that’s saying something. You may find yourself blushing while you try this one in public, as you play as Pepe, a girl who falls in love with Yuuma, who’s kind of like a centaur, except that his whole body (minus his beautiful face) is horse. This means Yuuma can speak in English, which facilitates all kinds of bizarre conversations, including the beautiful equine suitor asking if his beloved will be his owner. Yes, not his girlfriend but his owner. Oh, and while these love birds look fairly realistic (at least in their faces), the local farmer who helps Pepe looks like a stubby toe of a man. — Henry T. Casey

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Persona 5 (2017)

 

Just because this fantastic JRPG has you play a character codenamed ‘Joker’ doesn’t mean you have to date like a fool. In Persona 5, Joker leads a group of high school students on a mission to stop the adults whose rampant injustice that is ruining their lives, and manages to find a ton of time to romance most of the women he knows (sadly, none of the men) — including his seductive local physician, his suggestive teacher and the local Shogi (a Japanese strategy game similar to chess) champ. Just beware the inherent risks of dating two people at once, as that choice may come back to bite you.— Henry T. Casey

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